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Ministry of Internal Affairs expects 50% voters turnout on election day in Ukraine

Source : 112 Ukraine

The low turnout figure is due to massive summer vacations
17:13, 19 July 2019

Ivan Stoiko, the Advisor of Interior Minister of Ukraine
Radio Liberty

The Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) expects 50% voter turnout on the parliamentary elections on July 21. This was reported by the leader of coordinating headquarters of MIA Ivan Stoiko; the broadcast was held by Hromadske TV.

“We hope to see at least 50% of voters,”Stoiko said.

The Chairman of the coordinating HQ of MIA noted that more than 200,000 of Ukrainians changed their voting addresses. According to him, 50% turnout is connected with due to massive summer vacations and students’ leaving cities for the summertime.

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As we reported earlier, during the election campaign, the police stated almost 6,000 violations.

We recall that the Parliamentary elections is slated for July 21.

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